Job: GRANT FUNDED BUDGET AND FINANCIAL SUPPORT ADVISOR
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$48,870.64 - $90,424.67 Annually
CLOSING DATE: 05/25/12 05:00 PM
NATURE OF WORK:
This is responsible administrative work of a professional nature in the design, implementation, and administration of a variety of programs that receive funding from federal, state, local government, as well as other foundation and corporate grant sources. An employee in this position exercises considerable independent judgment and initiative in setting up financial reporting systems in accordance with the various funding sources' requirements. Supervision may be exercised over lower level support staff.
The incumbent will be responsible for the preparation, formulation, justification and execution of budget data and materials for grant programs. The incumbent will conduct complex and detailed budget reviews and analyses of grant-funded programs and develop automated budgets and reports as needed.
Additionally, duties include improving the usefulness of financial reports based on the needs of financial report users, the primary characteristics including understandability, relevance, and reliability. Ensures financial reporting standards reflect current changes in the governmental environment. Assists in establishing and monitoring performance measures to be utilized to strategically identify and achieve desired outcomes; evaluates relative cost of various activities, and potential effects of modifications; makes annual reports more comprehensive and easier to understand and use. Researches and responds to special funding opportunities requiring adherence to strict guidelines. Prepares cost allocation projections and special reports to meet the requirements of government funding as well as private sector funding. Establishes a reporting process to monitor and maintain accountability to all government and private sector funding sources, ensuring that the City is in compliance with all requirements of its respective grants.
An employee in this position must effectively represent the City, before the funding sources, when called upon to present the components of the financial information presented. Requires the ability to design and administer various software applications to monitor and maintain the integrity of management systems for all related grant-funded programs. Work also requires total understanding of and the ability to provide all cost allocations for any federal, state, county, or private sector support.
Skills / Requirements
Bachelor's degree from accredited college or university in Business or Public Administration, Accounting, Finance or a related field, and two (2) years experience in the management and analysis of a variety of financial records and accounts, preferably with experience which ensures accountability of financial resources obtained via Federal, State, and local government institutions.
An equivalent combination of training and experience beyond a Bachelor's degree in aforementioned fields.NOTE #1: Contingency Clause: Funding pursuant to this Agreement is contingent on the availability of funds and authorization of South Florida Workforce Investment Board (SFWIB); and subject to amendments, terminations, reductions or changes in regulations.
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Applicants must submit or upload and attach copies of the following documents with the application for employment:1. Proof of education in the form of college diploma. College diploma may be submitted if degree major is stated on the face of the degree instrument 2. If degree major is not stated on the face of the college diploma, unofficial transcripts detailing the major and date degree was conferred must be submitted.Resumes are accepted, however, submitting or uploading a resume will not substitute detailing work experience on the application form.Grant funded positions are subject to E-verify work authorization verification.
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